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22 Awesome Products From Amazon To Put On Your Wish List

A pet lizard harness, a milk frother, duck legs in a can, and 19 other things you’ll want to add to your wish list ASAP.

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Psst! Amazon has a section featuring products that people put on their wish lists and registries most often.

Here are some of the coolest and most useful products from that section this week:

1. "This is guacward," a 2017 calendar filled with food puns.

Promising review: "Hysterical! I liked it so much I've already ordered 2017!" —Emily on May 30, 2016

Price: $11.26

2. A leash for that feisty pet reptile who needs to get all his sillies out!

Promising review: "This works great for my daughter's Bearded Dragon. She can't wait for the warmer weather to take her dragon outside, but this leash also keeps it safe indoors. Highly recommend this leash to anyone who wants a safe leash for their lizard." —J R

Price: $6.99

3. This stormtrooper lotion dispenser.

Promising review: "Got this for our bathroom and it's perfect! Matches our toothbrush holder that we got! Pump is easy enough to push down for my 4-year-old as well, so this is a true win all around for us." —Cuteness85

Price: $11.52 (get a matching Darth Vader toothbrush holder for $20.89)

4. A starter kit for brewing small batches of your very own homemade beer.

Promising review: "For the price and the materials included, you can't go wrong. Everything is included, except for you, time and patience." —A Widow's Son

Price: $99

5. This plush llama with a face of pure resentment.

Promising review: "I ordered this as a Valentine's Day gift for my girlfriend. She absolutely adores llamas and I figured a cute, fluffy, stuffed llama would make the perfect gift. The image of the product shows exactly that: a cute, fluffy, stuffed llama. However when the product arrived, it had a displeasing frown and these angry eyes. He definitely wasn't a happy llama. Definitely not what I was going for, but I decided to roll with it and in the end, it worked out well. My girlfriend thought it was the funniest thing that a stuffed animal with such an unhappy disposition even existed, going so far as to name it Mr. Grumpy. Now we always joke about how he hates everything and how he needs to learn to be happy." —Ellpoyohlokoh

Price: $9.75

6. A portable folding stadium chair that makes fan life easier on the back.

Promising review: "Folks, I've been through stadium seats and this Cascade Mountain Tech seat is the best I've bought/used. The construction is stronger than any I've had before, yet it isn't heavy to carry. This back and seat is comfy but sturdy. I've had seats you were afraid to lean back on. I'm a big guy, and I've bent other seats, but this one holds me! Best part is that this seat stands up by itself when it is folded and you put need to put it down on the ground. See that little hook that wraps around the front of the stadium bench? It keeps your seat from slipping/sliding, yet it folds away better than the other two seats I've owned. Everybody asks me at college games about my seat! This is the one to buy!" —Timothy J. Courtney

Price: $39.95 (available in seven colors)

7. This museum putty that plants valuables securely to their surfaces in the unpredictable world of earthquakes and vengeful housecats.

Promising review: "I love this product and have been using it for years. I have ordered it multiple times. I first bought it after my very energetic kittens raced across my dining room table and shattered a ceramic piece I held very dear. Now I anchor everything down with Museum Putty as soon as I get it. It has even worked on certain glass pieces for me. And my cats are free to race as they please!" —Black Flamenco

Price: $4.99

8. This four-ingredient pasta made of chickpeas.

Promising review: "The only alternative pasta my kids will eat. I don't usually leave Amazon reviews, but I felt like I had to write something." —michael s weiss

Price: $30 for six

9. This yarn winder that turns your woolen chaos into neat balls.

Promising review: "This little device is simply wonderful. There are other no-name winders here on Amazon for a little less money, but I chose this one, because it is sold and backed by Knit Picks, which is a reliable brand and which will stand behind the product if anything goes wrong. Which I think is unlikely." —BonnieB

Price: $19.99

10. This handheld milk frother that turns regular milk for coffee into le fancy puffy milk for cappuccinos and lattes.

Promising review: "I've only had it a week or so, but I have used it every morning and it's pretty awesome. It has a lot more power than my other one that uses AA batteries. It makes 2" froth in about 20 seconds." —Dustin L.

Price: $9.99

11. This mug with a special reminder for someone you love.

Promising review: "Great gift for a special someone, lol." —candace bradbury

Price: $10.01

12. A tape dispenser that "everyone 'otter' have on their desk!" (Amazon's got jokes).

Promising review: "This is adorable. Does anyone need an otter tape dispenser? No. Does it brighten my day? Yes. So yes, I need it, and it works just fine. Buy this because you love otters, not if you use large quantities of Scotch tape every day." —pebbles

Price: $13.89

13. A MacBook decal inspired by The Giving Tree.

Promising review: "I grew up loving this book, so when I found the decal I just had to buy it. I got a bright green case to put over it and it looks so much like the actual cover of the book. The decal was so easy to apply and is holding up well. Overall, I'm very pleased." —Erika J Almy

Price: $6.99

14. This killer lipstick set in an array of work-inappropriate colors.

Promising review: "If you want an assortment of fun colors for your lips, but don't have a lot of money to spend, this is the ideal product for you! They wear pretty well. The lighter colors don't particularly need a lip liner, though if you can find a pencil that matches, go for it." —A. Semler

Price: $7.35

15. This men's slim-fit navy suit for looking dapper as hell in a pinch.,

Promising review: "Literally came out the box tailor-fitted. This suit also came with a matching tie. No alterations needed." —vaz hall

Price: $89+ (available in 27 sizes)

16. A set of rubber wood bongos that aren't nearly as expensive (ahem, parents) or deafening (parents) as a drum set (...parents).

Promising review: "Very nice mid-range bongos. Perfect for the serious amateur or semi-professional. They sound great and have a classic look that's great at performances." —James Craddock

Price: $99.99

17. This low-energy LED mushroom night light straight out of FernGully.

Promising review: "Bought this for my 2-year-old and absolutely love it. It's so whimsical and cute, and provides the ideal amount of light: not so bright that it keeps him up, but bright enough so that I can see him when I peek in on him at night. Just bought a second for my baby girl." —Erin Balsa

Price: $7.59

18. A chic and nifty wallet case/phone stand combo for getting — and keeping — your shit together.

Promising review: "I use this as an everyday wallet/phone case. I hardly use a purse anymore." —Sakbarzad

Price: $9.99 (available in 12 colors)

19. This laminated muscular system chart that reminds you what you look like without skin.

Promising review: "If you're bored and want to memorize the human muscular system, then this laminated poster is for you! Super smooth feel and with modern fonts that make you feel like you're at a 5-star resort." —Johnny Castle

Price: $20

20. These retro tin-plated salt and pepper shakers for nostalgia lovers.

Promising review: "I love these. They're pleasant to look at, whimsical, and most importantly durable. I had ceramic shakers that I loved and after nephews, the cats, and the cable guy all managed to break them, these have finally given me some peace of mind." —Teresa Markos

Price: $5.60

21. This portable travel steamer for tricking others into thinking you're not a disaster.

Promising review: "My short summary is that it heats up rather quickly, it is lightweight, portable, and great quality. It is easy to use with or without the user manual and is pretty straightforward." —Michael Gearheart

Price: $50.96

22. And duck confit in a can, which (according to directions) can only be opened by very fancy people with coattails and a small mustache.

Promising review: "We were doubtful, but have to admit this compares to the best we've had... and as a bonus, you get quite a bit of duck fat that can be saved to do crispy potatoes or french fries. It is quite rich and one can has four legs, so four servings." —SoCoSue

Price: $47.20

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